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Hamburg Airport Closed Following WW2 Bomb Discovery

Hamburg Airport is closed following the nearby discovery of a World War 2 bomb. As a result, no flights are landing or departing. This has led to those aircraft already in the air holding or diverting to other airports such as Hannover. Those looking to get away from Hamburg Airport tonight are unfortunately out of luck. Following the discovery of an unexploded bomb near the airport, all flights have been suspended out of an abundance of caution. This has meant that aircraft currently in the… (simpleflying.com) Ещё...

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Airline Food Waste Is a Problem. Can Banana Leaves Be Part of the Solution?

The average airline passenger leaves behind about three pounds of waste each flight. One British design firm has ideas to bring down that number. (www.nytimes.com) Ещё...

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Airlines slam proposals to ban air mile programs and tax frequent flyers

In a report published Thursday by Imperial College London for the Committee on Climate Change (CCC), academics proposed several measures that governments should implement to reduce the impact aviation was having on the environment. (www.cnbc.com) Ещё...

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Pictures Raise Specter of Fake Evidence in Boeing 737 MAX Crash Probe

Weeks after a Lion Air jet crashed in the Java Sea, killing all 189 aboard, an airline employee gave investigators photographs meant to show that a crucial repair had been properly performed the day before the disaster. Yet the pictures may not show what was claimed. (finance.yahoo.com) Ещё...

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Court Rules That Emirates Didn’t Deny A Passenger Water Leading To A Broken Ankle

A passenger suing Emirates for an accident caused by being denied a glass of water has failed in her court case against the airline. Australian Lina Di Falco suffered a broken ankle after falling onboard a flight and has blamed the airline for denying her fluids. Yesterday, a court ruled against the woman, who is now potentially liable for legal costs running into hundreds of thousands of dollars. (simpleflying.com) Ещё...


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